Events

Free Seminar: Old Plants, New Plants, Hot Plants, Cool Plants

Mar 7, 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am

The most exciting thing right now is explosion of the number of houseplant lovers! Dan Johnson from Tri-State Foliage will be here to share the houseplants everyone should know about: whether because of their ease to grow or their WOW factor.  Growing tips and troubleshooting, lots of time for questions.   Call or click to register.

 

Free Seminar: The Easy and Essential Herb Garden

Mar 14, 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Everyone wants an herb garden: here’s how to choose plants you’ll actually use!  Laura Richards, head herb grower at Millcreek Gardens will present their favorite and most popular herbs, growing and maintaining (so often overlooked) and popular uses of each herb.   Please call or click to register.

 

Succulent Design Workshop

Mar 21, 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am
succulents

Succulents remain one of the most popular plants for their ease of care and many sculptural forms.  This hands on workshop will have you creating your own succulent art arrangement using mini clay pots, stones and a variety of succulents. They will make a unique decoration for a table, flowerbed, or as a gift!  Cost per project is $34.99.  Space is limited, so reservation by phone is required.

 

Free Seminar: Crops In Pots

Mar 28, 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am

No-Dig Vegetable Gardening

Love fresh picked veggies but not the commitment of a huge garden?  Growing vegetables in containers is a great way to downsize or for new gardeners to get started.  Rich Pearson, OSU Ext. Horticultural Program Asst.  Will walk us through everything you need to know: which containers and soils are best, choosing the right varieties for containers,  and maintaining your garden.  You’ll be enjoying fresh produce right outside your door from spring to fall!  Please call or click  to register. 

Free Seminar: Made For The Shade

Apr 4, 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Perennials for A Challenging Environment

By popular demand, Pat Greeson from Natorp’s Nurseries will be back at Knollwood to tackle the topic of gardening in shade, as well as dry environments and deer-resistant plants.  Highlighting many perennials that can give thrive in these tough conditions and provide a beautiful, colorful, and multi-textured look. Call or click to register.

 

Free Seminar: Breaking Out Of Your Garden Rut

Apr 18, 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Do you find yourself on autopilot every year with a geranium, a dracaena spike, and some vinca vine in all of your pots (not that there’s anything wrong with that)?  There are so many cool annuals to use these days, Knollwood’s own John and Vickie will you show how to break out of your gardening rut with great new selections to spice up your containers and flower beds.  Call or click to register.

 

Talk To An Expert

Apr 19, 2020
11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Steve Blessing from Pond and Garden Depot (formerly Green Vista Water Gardens) will be here from 11:00-3:00 to answer questions about your water garden challenges and how to get your pond ready for the season.  He can help with algae, equipment selection, plant options and more.

Christina Haffey from Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden  will also be here from 11:00-3:00 to talk to you about the Zoo’s Pollen Nation project and creating your own pollinator garden to help reach their goal of 500 new pollinator gardens this year.  

No registration necessary, just stop and chat!